Flikr announced a number of new features and working with Pinterest to facilitate photographers in Â sharing photos on Pinterest. With this partnership, Flickr users sharing feature enabled can now see the “Pin It” at the top of their photos with clear attribution statement on their photos. The attribution statement can not be edited. Thus the photographer can be more calm because the pin and Repin their images will be linked back to them.
Simple and automatic attribution is as a step in the progress of sharing content online, so we need to do the pin features a direct attribution of a third party site or blog that contains pictures from Flickr.
In addition to working with Pinterest, Flikr also announced new features. Users can now add images by dragging the image to the browser. There is a thumbnail preview that allows the user to perform drag and drop interface to organize and sort your photos before adding them to your photostream. Users can also zoom, rotate and select photos based on the title.
Flikr also simplifies the addition of a title, description and tags. Users can organize your photos into like Death Valley 2012 or Beards of my Life, including to tag friends in photos and modify permissions, content type and other options directly from the page before publishing to the photostream Uploader.
Flikr also offers high-resolution image storage. For professional users are limited to 50 MB while for free user 30 MB. Photo upload speed has increased up to 20-3%.